Author Archives: Danielle Ciampaglia
Sydney McLaughlin stops by The WRSU Crew to talk with Ariel Duncan for an exclusive interview before making her way to the U.S Track & Field Olympic Trials at the newly renovated Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon with sights set for this summer’s 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. McLaughlin speaks about her Jersey roots, preparedness for the main […]
If you’ve never heard gay rock music, there’s no better place to start than Fleece. Montreal based Fleece is made up of Matt, Megan, Ethan, and Jameson. Their ethereal tone is enough to make you feel warm inside — if it’s ever safe to leave my house again, this is what I imagine myself driving […]
WRSU Video Director Danielle Ciampaglia recently had the opportunity to sit down with pop icons Aly & AJ to chat about their new music. Through their conversation, they talk about the intersection of different creative outlets, making music that feels authentic to themselves, and way more. Their new single, “Listen!!!” was released on January 15. […]
After a string of singles in 2020, including the explicit version of their 2007 classic “Potential Breakup Song,” Aly & AJ came into 2021 ready to deliver. And you know what? They did.
By Danielle Ciampaglia In a bleak, often uninspired, Coronavirus ridden society, Gus Dapperton has come to the rescue. His upcoming sophomore album, Orca, comes out September 18th and already has two singles with over six million Spotify streams combined.
Alisa Xayalith and Thom Powers of The Naked And Famous talked to WRSU’s Danielle Ciampaglia on May 8, 2020 about releasing new music during quarantine, eureka moments, and more! Check out the full video above. Their fourth full length album Recover comes out July 24th.
Christian Paul talked with WRSU’s Bri Born on April 30th, 2020 about movie magic, life in quarantine, haircare, and more! Check out the interview above!
Soleima and Hip Hop Director Seyi Aladejobi chatted it up last week about the positives of Quarantine, what’s shaped her as an artist, and how the idea of self-control and power influenced her newest album, “Powerslide”.
The Brooklyn-bred Pop Smoke returns with his second project Meet the Woo 2. The original Meet the Woo tape was a solid introduction to the bubbling grime/drill rapper with 2 of his biggest singles to this date in “Dior” and “Welcome to the Party”.
Kenny Beats only recently jumped to the forefront of Hip-Hop as a formidable beat-maker, but he’s making his time in the limelight one for the books. Releasing a string of joint albums with big artists has only helped validate his position at the top of the rap production game. After wrapping up projects with Rico […]